John Sheridan has left his place as boss nowadays after a stunning begin to the League One marketing campaign.
The Latics take a seat on the foot of the desk after shedding seven in their opening 9 video games, the most recent defeat coming in the type of a Five-1 hammering at Rotherham on Saturday.
Giggs interviewed for the Swansea job ultimate yr after American Bob Bradley used to be sacked.
But he overlooked out to Paul Clement, even if Giggs insists he handed up the chance for the reason that Welsh membership didn’t fit his ambitions.
Giggs spent 4 fits in brief rate of Manchester United in 2014 after David Moyes used to be sacked with former team-mate Scholes certainly one of his assistants.
Giggs is three/1 to interchange Sheridan whilst Scholes, whose handiest managerial revel in is as caretaker boss of Salford, is 7/1 with Paddy Power.
Sheridan, who used to be in his 3rd spell in rate at Boundary Park, stated after the loss at Rotherham that he anticipated his place to return below scrutiny and he exits by way of mutual consent.
A commentary at the membership’s reputable site learn: “Oldham Athletic (2004) AFC Limited can ascertain that first-team supervisor, John Sheridan, has left the membership by way of mutual consent.
“The board of administrators wish to position on file their because of John for his contribution to the improvement of the membership, no longer handiest throughout this tenure, however as each a participant and supervisor prior to now.
“His affect over the last two seasons in specific, when he has stored the membership from close to sure relegation on each events, will imply he’s at all times assured a heat welcome right here by way of each the membership and fanatics alike.
“This season, then again, has no longer noticed the development we was hoping with what used to be felt to be the nucleus of a excellent squad, and effects, performances and league place were massively disappointing.
“Therefore following discussions with John, this decision has been made in the best interests of the club. We wish John well for the future.”